NEW YORK -- One-time Super Bowl hero Plaxico Burress was sentenced to two years in prison Tuesday for violating New York's stringent gun laws and was immediately taken into custody following his hearing.
Burress agreed to a plea deal last month and pleaded guilty to a lesser firearms charge. The charges stemmed from an incident late last fall, in which Burress accidentally shot himself in the thigh at a Manhattan nightclub with a gun that had not been licensed in New York.
Also, Rawlins $100 million dollar QB spent 2 years in prison for dog fighting, and is a fan of a team who drafted Allen Iverson, a man who by the time he graduated high school had already been tried for racially motivated hate crimes. Both fit right in in Philly.